Conservatorship

Conservatorship

When a loved one loses capacity, whether due to age, injury, or illness, he or she may need help dealing with his or her personal, financial, and legal needs. When the loved one does not have an estate plan in place, it may be necessary for the court to appoint a conservator to handle the loved one’s concerns.

The process to establish a conservatorship is complex; numerous documents must be filed and at least one court appearance is required. Once appointed, a conservator bears a fiduciary duty to the loved one’s needs and must adhere to strict reporting requirements.

Sundin Law Office is adept at navigating the conservatorship process.  We can help you pursue a conservatorship, defend against an unwarranted conservatorship, and/or perform your duties as conservator.

Contact Sundin Law Office today for your free initial consultation.